The Monday protest of BART continued this week, though the protests did not immediately disrupt commuters. Read More
Recent protests have cost BART at least $300,000, and with another event planned for today, the agency’s board president said fines should be increased for activists who disrupt transit service to discourage such action. Read More
Apparently, even protesters take the holidays off. Labor Day appeared to thwart online hacker group Anonymous’ efforts to hold a fourth consecutive Monday protest of BART. However, community groups took the opportunity to promote a larger demonstration planned for Thursday. Read More
Police have arrested a few demonstrators inside a BART station who were among a group of about 75 protesters marching from station to station in The City's downtown.
Still, the evening transit commute in San Francisco ran smoothly.
Acknowledging that disruptive protests have recently angered commuters, demonstrators on Monday decided to stay away from the BART system's train platforms, where protests are barred for safety reasons. Read More
San Francisco police said about 40 people were arrested during Monday evening’s BART protest, which shut down two downtown San Francisco BART stations at several points throughout the roving demonstration. Read More
Chaos and confusion ruled the evening commute Monday on BART for stranded riders, as officials sporadically shut down and reopened downtown stations for hours in an attempt to foil protesters.
Click on the photo at right to view a slideshow of the protest. Read More
Dozens of protesters gathered on the BART system and in downtown San Francisco on Monday evening in response to the agency's interruption of cellphone service to prevent a potentially disruptive protest last week.The protest spread to other downtown transit stations, interrupting commuters on BART and Muni. Read More
Dangerous conditions on some streets in San Francisco have caused at least one bank to close ATMs after dark, while others prefer to allow after-hours access to machine vestibules only for customers with valid cards.
At least three Wells Fargo locations in The City shut down their machines at night, according to the bank. Read More
Making good Sunday on its promise to attack BART’s website in a “censorship” protest, the shadowy Internet activist group Anonymous defaced the transit agency’s myBART site with its logo and released personal information — including passwords — of at least 2,400 of the site’s users. Read More
The shadowy protest group known as Anonymous is planning a protest for rush hour Monday at the Civic Center BART station following a false start Thursday that prompted agency officials to controversially shut down underground cellphone service to prevent protesters from communicating about police locations. Read More